Buhl Elementary School

Every Student, Every Day. Do What It Takes!

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    Congratulations to Mrs. Heather Beasley. She received some exciting news from our partnership with AMSTI (Alabama Math Science Technology Iniative). She is one of three teachers from our district to be chosen for this grant/opportunity! We are so very proud of Mrs. Beasley! She continues to go above and beyond for our students! We are blessed to have her on our team. Please read below for additional information about this prestigious honor and opportunity! #strongertogether
     
    Hello everyone!
     
    We are reaching out to you as leaders in our region who are interested in professional growth and providing exciting learning experiences for your students.  Our region has the privilege of being chosen by ALSDE-AMSTI to participate in an Engineering and Computer Science Integrated Pilot Program.   We would like to offer you the opportunity to be our lead teachers on this project.  Anna and I will be involved in this professional learning along with you.  The program involves implementing lessons designed by the Boston Museum of Science’s Engineering is Elementary Program which are connected to The Best of Bugs and Slick Solutions currently utilized in 2nd and 5th grade AMSTI science units.   
     
    Here is what your commitment will look like:
    *Have your students use devices regularly
    *Devote instructional time to the program
    *Attend approximately 4 hours total of virtual, after-school PD meetings
    *Work closely with AMSTI Specialists
    *Have administrator support
     
    Benefits for you and your students:
    *Be on the forefront of DLCS standards implementation
    *Develop a deeper understanding of computer science concepts
    *Cross-curricular implementation
    *Increase in student engagement
    *Positive publicity for your school
    *enhances teacher leadership role related to your professional growth goals and certifications
     
    Congrats!
     
     
  • Arrival and Departure 

    It is very important that your child is at school each day. The bell will ring for all students to go to class at 7:50. Class begins at 8:00 AM and ends at 2:42 PM. Your child is tardy after 7:58 and must be signed in at the office.

    Attendance is essential in your child’s education. Please make being on time and staying all day as a top priority!

    Children arriving at school before 7:30 AM will be considered part of the Early Morning Program. This program starts at 6:40 AM and lasts until 7:30 AM. The cost is $2.00 per day.

    The buses unload at the front of the school, car riders at the back of the school. Drop off and pick up locations for Pre-k will be at the front of the school. Please do not pull up to drop students off until after 7:45. The busses will be unloading from 7:30-7:45.  Please, unless your child participates in the Early Morning Program, do not allow your child to come in the front door until 7:30.  This is a safety issue. All students go immediately to the cafeteria if they have not eaten breakfast or to the gym for our walking program.  Breakfast begins at 7:30 and the children are dismissed to their classrooms at 7:50.

     Dismissal Times:

                Bus Riders      2:38 PM

                Car Riders      2:40 PM

               Extended Day  2:42 PM

    Please make sure your child and his/her teacher knows how to get home each day. Students will go home based on the information provided on the registration form. If your child needs to go home in a way different from his/her normal routine, we must have a note.  We cannot accept telephone calls to make changes to normal afternoon routine. A note or fax must be given to the school. This is a safety issue.

    If your child plans to go home with another student, both parents please send a note home informing the teachers of the change in routine. 


     

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